Four killed in attack on IHK paramilitary camp

Four killed in attack on IHK paramilitary camp

Four killed in attack on IHK paramilitary camp

Jammu and Kashmir Police IG, Muneer Khan said that prima facie it looked like a fidayeen attack conducted by the Jaish.

All three militants who had launched a suicide attack on a BSF camp outside the global airport here on Tuesday dawn have been killed, the Border Security Force said. However, in order to avoid the increasing inconvenience, passengers are being let in at Srinagar Airport after thorough checking. They then entered the camp firing indiscriminately and throwing grenades.

A caller identifying himself as spokesman of the outfit told local news gathering agencies that Jaish militants carried out the attack.

Police also believe that the Humhama attackers are from the same group that killed 8 security personnel in Pulwama on August 26.

"These kind of incidents will keep happening as long as Pakistan is our neighbor", Chief Khan said.

For decades rebel groups have fought Indian soldiers deployed in the territory, demanding independence or a merger of the former Himalayan kingdom with Pakistan. He told CNN-News18, "I have spoken to DG CRPF and DG BSF".

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According to police, two militants were gunned down in the initial exchange of fire while the third one was neutralized at around 1:30. That is why Pakistan is now pushing in foreign terrorists in huge numbers, they say.

He further added, "It is hard to stop suicide attacks in Jammu and Kashmir as the militants come wearing shrouds and the only way to deal with them was the troops' alertness".

Sharma said that the response of BSF was "highly professional" and the moment the militants entered they were "spotted and challenged, and were neutralised" without causing any collateral damage or "much harm" to the paramilitary force.

Inspector General of Police, Kashmir Range, Munir Khan said they continued to look for six to seven terrorists and that they needed to "neutralise them very fast".

Singh said that the militants were just frustrated because of successful operations carried out by the security forces.

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